Commercial Roofing

Eyles Contracting is your trusted partner to navigate the specific needs of commercial roofing projects in the New England. Our portfolio of roofing projects is diversified and we have completed major and minor roofing projects alike, paying the same attention to each, regardless of size. We are members of the National Roofing Contractors Association, and a GAF ELK Master Elite Contractors. We also continue to maintain an "A+" Better Business Bureau rating. It is this attention to detail, budget and customer service that has made us a premier roofing contractor throughout New England. We can provide roof planning, zoning and permitting services as well as our core construction specialties:

Thermoplastic TPO/PVC


Highly-engineered, flexible, thermoplastic membranes manufactured using an ultraviolet-resistant polyvinyl chloride and a DuPont™ Elvaloy® KEE (ketone ethylene ester) formulation. The single-ply system provides excellent weathering capabilities, high tensile strength and long-term flexibility. The system also shows a high resistance to harsh chemicals and industrial pollutants.

PVC roofing systems are cleaner, quicker, and more economical. The system is able to withstand heat, wind, rain, varying temperatures (great for colder climate area or extreme temperature areas) and many contaminants. The heat-weldable seams provide a unified, watertight seal as strong as the membrane itself. PVC Single - Ply systems can be installed fully adhered or mechanically fastened.

Hot Tar Roofs Built-Up


he Benefits of Built-up Roofing Asphalt:

Longer System Life
Each ply of a Built-Up Roofing system contains a mat of glass fiberreinforcement - most single-ply systems contain no reinforcement at all. When multiple plies are combined and sandwiched between layers of water-resistant asphalt, the result is a longer lasting roof.

Limited Roof Movement
All roofs expand and contract. Single-ply roofs respond with elongation. But over time these systems can lose their elasticity, resulting in buckling, ridges and splits. A Built-Up Roof, however, limits movement with a high tensile strength in excess of the recommended 200 lbs./ The potential for fracturing is more or less eliminated, and the Built-Up Roof will last longer.

Superior Water Resistance
Multiple layers of reinforcement offer multiple opportunities to prevent leaks. Single-ply membranes only offer one chance at preventing a leak. Plus, there's nothing quite like asphalt when it comes to making a roof resist water. Asphalt is the glue that holds a Built-Up Roof together. It also seals and protects the entire roof, delivering up to five times greater water-resistant thickness.

Easier Installation
On a hot Built-Up Roof, the multiple plies are fused together using hot-mopped asphalt to create a monolithic barrier. Every inch is firmly and completely adhered over the entire roof area, without the need for ballast or fasteners. Single-ply systems require ballast or fasteners because they are generally laid loose. But ballast (such as stones) increases structural load and can be blown off by strong winds. And fasteners create less stress points and additional opportunities for moisture leakage.


EPDM Roofs


The EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) rubber roofing membrane has been an appealing choice of the low-slope roofing industry for over 40 years, with more than 500,000 warranted roof installations on 20 billion-plus square feet. Annually, EPDM accounts for over 1 billion square feet of new roof coverings in the United States.

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